Stars - Poem by jessica sparagowski
I once began to count the stars i almost had them all.
Then a clash of thunder rang and rain began to fall.
I went outside to unchain the dog the wind was utterly strong.
The sky was dark, moody and sad, and sounds were raindropp songs.
The dog was confused, the ground was a pond.
No life was in sight, all creatures were gone.
I reached the house, water dripping from my hair.
The cold shivers down my body were too sharp to bear.
Through the night i didnt sleep one bit.
I continuesly heard rain on the roof as lightning hit.
Morning came fresh air filled my lungs.
I go back inside and wait for the stars to come.
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